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On The Tee: Blocking the sun and rain

Blunt's golf G2 umbrella is a high-performance sports umbrella with a fiberglass shaft, ergonomic sports handle and a convenient carry sleeve. (WJAR)

When out on the golf course, there are good days and bad days. That not only applies to your golf game but the elements can hinder your game.

Here are some items which are great out on the golf course but can be used in your everyday life.

When the sun is out, a good pair of sunglasses will cut down on sun glare. When you're active, the last thing you want is to break or destroy a good pair of sunglasses.

Reks sunglasses combine the highest quality shatter-resistant polycarbonate lenses with stylish, unbreakable frames all at an affordable price. The lenses are up to 10 times more resistant than glass or plastic lenses. All lenses are treated with anti-scratch, hydrophobic and anti-reflective coating that provides optical quality. The lenses also provide a 100 percent UV 400 protection from the sun's rays. Reks Optics eye wear is ideal for active consumers who demand flexible and unbreakable sunglasses that provide comfort and stability. Reks Optics offers three different lenses and six frame styles, creating a collectible line of sunglasses to suit every sport, style and comfort.

The purpose of a golf umbrella is to cover yourself or your accessories. So, you'll need to determine how large umbrella you'll need to keep everything out from the rain, wind, and some time the sun. Blunt's Golf G2 umbrella is a high-performance sports umbrella with a fiberglass shaft, ergonomic sports handle and a convenient carry sleeve. It's lightweight at 2 pounds, measures just under 40 inches and has a diameter of 57 and a half inches. With its patented Blunt Tips and Radial Tensioning System, you never should worry about harming a passerby. It protects against heavy downpours and winds up to 70 mph. It's available in a variety of colors and this Blunt Golf umbrella will keep you dry while you're out on the course.

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